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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNINGr, NOVEMBER 27, 1897.
WE ARE THANKFUL
For the pntronngo received In tho
pint. Ho therefore nlmll mko ft
Hl'KClAli OKKKH for tills WCOk
Man' Calfskin Hhoe. Ince,
tint nenonutIo now, regu- CO OQ
lnr prlco SU.rtU JJ...V
410 SPRUCE STREET.
Michael Costlk, 7 yenrs ot npe. ivnn
(1. led fiom his homo. 130 Grrcn court, yes
today, and the police were united to lo
The lecture upon "SetiBPF," which wns
to have- been Riven this afternoon by City
Superintendent tkorgu Howell has been
Victor A. Heeniei vnli-d a hearing be
fore Alderman (.'. It. Wrlsht yesterday
fin thcrherKO of false pretenses preferred
by .Miss Tlllle Turner.
on Monday evening City Superintendent
Howell will levtuie on "The iilrthrUht ot
AVoriK' beforo the literary circle of tlio
Methodist church at Momow.
Tlio executors of the estate of James
Jordan have paid to the directors of St.
Patrick's Orphan Hsylum the $30) Mr.
Jordan left to that Institution.
MnrriiiRo licenses were yestetday praut
i 1 to '. W. llohlnson and Hessle J. Nich
ols, of niyphant: I.eiiK Motealf and Mrs.
Kllznbthc Hosser, of Archbald.
Tlio funeral services of the late Miss
Alice Jennings will bo held at the Oraee
Hcformeil Kplseopal church, Wyoming
iivenue, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The Tigers, of 1'lne Urook, ehiillcnge the
Juniors, of tho same place, to a game of
loot ball Dec. fi at 2.30 p. m. George 11a-
Ken, manager; C. Uavlgan, captain.
Fred C. Henyon was yesterday appoint
ed auditor to dlstrlbuto tho funds In the
Stands of Henry Mead, administrator of
tho estato of K. K. Ellis, deceased.
Patrolman Sloto Thursday night found
a lady's feather boa on Washington uve
nuo near tho court house. The ownor can
receive tho property tit police headquar
ters. Judgo Archbald yesterday made the
annual formal order ns to tho filling of
tho jury -wheel for the succeeding year.
Ho directs that 1,630 names bo placed In
tho wheel fcr 189S.
H. Howard Beldleman, bookman, an
nounces that ho will open his annual holi
day book store Friday evening, Doc. 3,
1S97, In tho large east store room ot tho
board of trade building, Linden street.
Tho lecturo to ba given at tho-Railroad
Young Men's Christian association this
evening by Professor W. K. Plumloy on
"American History" has been post
poned until another data on account of
air. Plumley'a absence from tho city.
J. T. Arnold entered ball In tho sum ot
$300 beforo Alderman Wright yesterday
to answer nt court n. chargo of assault
nnd battery on D. J. Campbell. Arnold is
a tenant of Mr. Campbell and -when the
latter visited Arnold a few days ago ho
Tho Lyceum will bo occupied every
Jilght next week. .Monday night, "Shoro
Acres;" Tuesday, Symphony Orchestra
concert: "Wednesday, "The Cherry Pick
ers;' 'Thursday, "A Stranger In New
York;" Friday, Henry (Miller in "Heart's
Kaso;" Saturday, Roland Iteed in "A Man
Ladies' Conts nnd Cnpcs.
Saturday and Monday wo offer every
Coat, Cape, Suit and Separate Skirt In
our department at a great reduction.
Desirable bargains In Ladles' and Miss
es' Sample Coats. Our Garments are
Fiiperlor In style, fit and workmanship.
Mears & Hagen.
First-class coal, egg, stovo and chest
nut, delivered anywhere In the city of
4,000 pound lots at $2.55 per net ton.
Delivered In Dunmore at $2.50. A.
Mowery, Dunmore, telephone 4673.
Never was more extcnslvo and elabor
ate than wo will exhibit this week. That
our models are generally accepted as
marking all that is new, novel and attrac
tive in Millinery is a well-known fact.
Wo havo mado a special effort for our
display for this week and It you aro In
want of tho Latest Styles and at a rea
sonable prlco there is but one place in tho
city to go. And that Is at
324 Lackawanna Ave.
FOUR LITTLE BOYS
Attacked by John Wnldncr on
BADLY TREATED ONE OP THEM
llntl .loo Dolnn on tlio Ground nml
Wns Choking Him When tlio Cries
of tlio Hoy's Companions Ilrought
Atlliur Cordon to 'I'liolr Assistance.
Wnldncr Wns IMnccd Under Arrest
by l'ntrolmnn l'ctcrs nnd Locked
Up for tlio Night.
Four little hoyfl, shivering from the
cold, were crouching In the small arch
wny for pedestrians under the Dela
ware, Lackawanna nnd Western trneks
on South Washington avenue, Inst
nlcbt. when along comes a man, tall
and fierce looking, and grabs one ot
Now, the little boys arc JiiBt ordinary
youngsters, poorly clad, nnd a couple
of them work In tho breaker.
There was Tommle Gerrity, 15 years
old: Willie McGlll, two years younger;
Harry Mannlck, H years old, and Job
Dolan, the youngest boy of the quar
tette. 12 years. All llvo with parents
In the South Washington avenue Hats,
and as is tho way with small boys,
poor in purso but rich in health, they
had Just ended a harmless ramble
about the cltv and were going home
when the rain came down In a torrent.
So thev sought shelter In the nrch
wny. Willie McGlll had Just told his com
panions how lonesome It was under the
circle of masonry. Their voices sound
"A great place for a robbery here,
eh, Tom?" said Willie.
"You bet." drawled Gerrity; "no
utie'd ever know what struck Mm in
Just then the figure of n talt man
nppeared In the south end of the tun
nel. The boys were very still.
GHABHED JOE DOLAN.
The figure approached. When ho
reached the four little boys ho sud
denly shot out his arm and grasped
Joe Dolan. Dolan's coat was slippery
from the rain and he Jerked himself
loose. The three other boys had began
an escape, but tho strange man, turn
ing qulcklv around, laid a heavy hand
on Tommle Gerrity. The boy cried out
"No, vim don't," mutered tho man
warnlngly; "shut up or I'll kill you."
Tommlo continued to cry out. "Oh,
please, mister, let mo go, let mo go,
you're hurting my arm; don't, don't!"
he was saying In piteous tones.
Tho strange man uttered an oath
nnd dragged the boy by main force
through the tunnel and out Into Kail
road alley, in the rear of Hunt & Con
nell's store, through the mud and slime
and about fifty feet from the opening
of tho dingy and dirty thoroughfare.
Then ho put the boy upon the ground
and pinned htm with his knee. Ills
hands wero on the little fellows' throat
and choked off his cries.
"I'll kill you, you little wretch!" ex
claimed the big fellow. Just then help
arrived. Tommlo Gerrlty's three friends
had not leen inactive while their com
panion was being drasged away. They
had been shouting at the top of their
voices for help nnd a man named Ar
thur Gordon, happening along, was
Informed of tha brutal assault.
SAID HE'D KILL HIM.
When Gordon reached the mouth' of
the alley the strange man had his
hands on tho boy's throat. "I'll kill
you," he was raying. "Let go that
boy," yelled Gordon with more menace
than grammar In his words nnd run
ning up he caught tho strange fellow
by the shoulders and tossed him to the
Gordon H six-foot and built for tho
centre of a football team.
Tho strange man picked himself up
and started down tho alley toward the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
station on a run. Hat Patrolman Hez
eklah Peters had heard tho noise and
In four seconds afterward the doughty
blue coat came bounding through the
alley after the fugitive. Ha was cap
tured near tha Wyoming avenuo en
trance to the alley.
With his prisoner Patrolman Peters
went to the central police station nnd
handed him over to Desk Sergeant
Delter. The fellow was at once locked
In a cell and a charge of assault and
battery, without provocation was en
tered on the dockets.
Tho four youngsters accompanied tho
prisoner to police headquarters and
there they told The Tribune reporter
the story. Tommle Gerrity wns cov
ered with mud and was even then sob
bing as though' something was still
hurting him. He will appear against
his assailant at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. The prisoner gave his name as John
Wftldner and his residence, Washington
avenuo flats. No such name appears
In the latest directory. Ho is tall,
dark complexloned. black hair and
has a wild look in his eve3.
Acknowledged by .Managers ot
Homo for tho Friendless.
Tho Home for the Friendless grate
fully acknowledges Thanksgiving re
membrances ns follows: Oranges
sweet potatoes, cranberries, celery, but
ter, BUgar, coffee, whlto potatoes and
turkey, Mrs. Thomas Dickson; oranges,
Mrs. H. P. Simpson; pears, Mrs. W. W.
Scranton; bananas, Mrs. Georgo Sher
man Mott; turkey, Mrs. James P. Dick
son, Turkey and cranberries, (for old
ladles) Mrs. Russell B. Williams; tur
key, Mrs. C. H. Welles; turkey Mr. W.
T. Smith; turkey and crate oranges,
ex-Sheriff Charles Robinson; two chick
ens, Mrs. A. M. Decker; bananas, pears
and grapes, H. A. Pierce; apples, Mrs.
C. C. Rose; turkey, airs. D. H. Taylor;
canned fruit, Mrs. C. E. Robinson; gro
ceries, fruit, vegetables and chicken,
No. 33 school; crullers, Mrs. R. G.
Brooks; three baskets fruit, Miss S. C.
Krlgbaum; canned fruit and veget
ables. Mrs. II. II. Crane; ten baskets
grapes, Mr. J. T. Porter; fruit, pies and
plum pudding, Mrs. W. W. Watson;
one gallon oysters, eight quarts milk
and flvo baskets grapes, airs. II. II.
Coston; two chickens, airs. E. N. WU
lard; basket grapes nnd cake, airs.
Morris Goldsmith; large basket fruit,
JIlss Coleman's kindergarten; turkey,
J. B. Page and ailss Williams; canned
fruit and pickles, airs. James M. How
ell; threo chickens, airs. Jones, of Jef
ferson avenue; pumpkin nnd mince
pies, airs. C. P. aiatthews; apples,
Irvln at. and Florence Kline; turkey,
airs. James L. Connell; fancy, basket
fruit, carnations and bon-bons Cfor
matron), airs. James L, Connell; bed
ding and quantity clothing (all new),
from section 1 of Providence Needle
Work "Guild of America;" six palro
mittens. Mrs. -HarrlRton (an nped
lady), of Dunmorf, mndo by herself for
"Homo" children; three pairs mittens
(own make), Mrs. Corydon H. Wells',
two turkeys. Kchrll & Naegll: Dudley
Street Baptist chuch, $1.60: Mrs. Louis
Lohmnn, 5; Gladys and Lou Wntklns,
$10; Second rreabyterian church, J73.35.
VERY PLEASINQ ENTERTAINMENT.
Given by Lovctt lioston Stars In Y.
.M. C. A. Hull I.nst Night.
"Lovotf Boston Stars" ts a unique
combination that appeared at Young
Men's Christian association hall last
evening and Is composed of Frank G.
Ueynolds, dlrostor and Blnglng humor
ist; Miss Bertha Brewer, reader and
pianist; Miss Rose Garrits:, violinist,
and Miss Mabel Hill, ballad singer.
The quartette of performed gave a
pleasing entertainment which was welt
attended. Probably tho favorite of. the
evening was Miss Gnrrllz, who was
both fair to look upon as gowned In
red sho stood In graceful noses with
her violin nestled beneath her chin and
delightful to hear. Sho played a Bar
asato arrangement of a fartasle with
much delicate expression and lino tonal
effects. Her Wlenawkskl selection was
exceedingly well rendered.
The programme wns not in any sense
hackneyed. Miss Brewer played a God
nrd solo, Miss Hill sang Gounod's "Ko
pentancc" and a solo by Normann very
pleasingly. Miss Brewer is ono of the
few really good readers recently heard
here, and Mr. Ueynolds was very clev
er in his Impersonations and songs.
ARRESTED FOR A BASE CRIME.
Notorious Jnmcs itrock on His Wny
to the I'cnitentinry Again.
The notorious James Brock was re
leased from the county Jail yesterday
morning after having served a six
months' term for stealing a bicycle.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock ho
was behind the bars of the West Side
station house, charged with attempted
criminal assault on tho 4-yenr-old
dnughter of Hotel Keeper Albert
Henne. Ho was arrested by Louis
Jones, of Jackson street, and turned
over to Patrolman Matthews.
This Is th? third time this same crime
has been preferred ngalnst Brock. The
first time there was a lack of proof
ngalnst him, but tho second time ho
was convicted nnd served live years
In the penitentiary. He Is about 33
years of age.
THE SUNDAY NEWS.
Tomorrow's Issue Chock Full of Very
Tho Barber Billy Jones-Jennie Smith
case. How Will Wlnton, Gus Ather
ton and Pete Goodrich wero identified
with it. Minnie West and the motor
men. Dr. Carl Fnatz me.?ts Sammy
Lewis. A llvelv Providence letter
Denny Gannon, T. H. C. Moloney and
Butcher Flynn visit Gus Atherton's
bnrn. Members of Cumin's Hull Danc
ing class arraigned. History of the
famous McHugh-McIlugh case. Speak
easies that will boycott the beer com
bine. "Pastime" discusses Major Pen
man's ride In a Pullman car. A Lack
awanna avenue merchant kicks a
blackmailer. Fakers In the Itookery
building. See the Sunday News.
WORLD OF SPORT.
In twelvo years Yalo has won nine
games from Princeton and lost three.
Tho Yale eleven has established a rec
ord for enduranco that will be hard to
excel. In two big games tlio men who
started In for tho blue have been on tho
Held, in each Instance, at tho finish.
Do Saulles or Chamberlain will likely
bo elected Ynlc's captain for next year.
The tncklo ban had more experience, but
tho little quarter Is a more dashy player
and greater general. Do Saulles is tho
Yalo's team is better than Princeton's
nnd ns good as Harvard's. Hut Pcnnsy
Is better than threo Harvard?. How
much better Is Pcnnsy than Yale or
Princeton? Nobody will ever know, per
haps, for l'ennsy Is "such an Inferior
university, don't you know." New York
Tom Loftus will mako a liberal offer
for Frank Houseman.
Tho salary limit In tho Texas league
has been fixed at JSOO.
Big Jack Stlvetts hopes to become a
regular outfielder next season.
Earlo Wagner's missionary efforts to
kill tho bunt wero wasted on Ned Han
Ion. Jack Glasscock hns Joined tho commer
cial tourists, and Is on tho road for a
Tho cranks of Cincinnati nro taking a
voto on tho question of which of the old
players in tho outfield, Miller, Burke,
Hoy or Hollidny, will bo traded, or
farmed, or released by the management.
It Is given out that ono of tho four is to
go. Holliday has tho popular call.
Arthur Irwin could havo been installed
In his old berth ns manager of the Phil
lies nnd the offer to succeed Stallings
wns made through a near friend of John
I. Rogers. Arthur, however, promptly re
fused to give up his Toronto aco for a
handful of Quakerburg deuces and Jok
ers. Sometimes a player who Is classed
nmong the "Grcat-lf-they-want-to-bo"
vurlety Is given credit for an nblllty
that ho docs not possess. Cincinnati hns
had some experience along that lino. El
ton Chamberlain was retained for a
couple of seasons nfter ho had reached
tho turn nnd was headed for Hasbecn
vllle. Defeat followed defeat, but still
tho wlso men said: "What a magnificent
pitcher Chamberlain would bo If ho only
tried to pitch!" When Cincinnati finally
cut him off what was tho result. Ho
failed to provo strong enough to hold on
in minor company! Tho bluff that drew
much salary In Cincinnati didn't wear
well anywhero else. Cincinnati Post.
soap does which admit
of no competiou doing
up lace curtains and
cleaning blankets. Use
lukewarm water only,
eveu in coldest weather.
I:GLS & CO., Philadelphia.
P,-,- ., J Heartburn. Uus-
dcrs positively cured, drover UrabnuVa U.
pepsin Itemedy Is u sueclfln. One doso re
moves nil distrain, andu permanent cure of
the moat chronto unci severu cuse in Kuurati
teed. Wo not sutler I A no-cent botllo will
convince tin moat skeptluul,
MutthuwK llros., DriU'vlsts, a.J0 l.ucka
wit una uvouno.
THE T1ED-UP JURy
AT LAST RELIEVED
Judge Archbnld Takes the Bothersome
Stone Case from Their Hands.
VERDICT DIRECTED FOR PLAINTIFF
.Myers Gets n Verdict ol 8750 Against
His llrothcr-ln-Lnw, Who Hnd Him
lllognlly- Imprlsoncil.OlIlk Dealers
Come Into Court with n Trivial
Dispute--Dnttinco Cnso Agnlnst tho
llorongh of tVinton Is Non-Suited.
Other .Mutters In Court.
When Judgo Archbald camo on the
bench yesterday morning and learned
that the Jury In tho Webster-Wld-mayer
case was still ns far apart as
ever, he sent out for them and with
out much ado took tho cose out of
their hands nnd directed a verdict for
tho plaintiff In the full amount of tho
claim, $7,000 ana interest.
The man who caused the tie-up, it is
said, Is Thomas Campbell, permanent
man at the Chemical Engine house.
The eleven Were heartily thankful to
bo relieved of the case, as may bo
In the case of Andrew S. Myers
against William 1. LItts, the Jury came
In yesterday morning with a. verdict
for tho plaintiff In tho sum of $750.
Myers sued for $5,000 damages for false
Imprisonment. The parties are broth-crs-ln-law
and live In Clark's Summit.
LItts secured tho management of
Myers' mother's estato and attempted
to erect a line fence between the ad
Joining farms of mother and son.
REMOVED THE POSTS.
Myers, after having given notice of
his intention, removed tho fence posts
and tilled them up on the roadside.
For this LItts had him arrested, charg
ing larceny, and In default of $500 ball
'Squire A. A. Nichols committed him
to tho county Jail. He was Incarcer
ated twenty-four hours before ball was
finally secured. Tho arrest was malic
ious and unwarranted by the offense,
nnd for tho Injury done his reputation
ho demanded $3,000.
A $25 dispute between two city milk
dealers, Joseph Schrelber and Charles
Shedd, was decided beforo Judgo
Archbald, Both men secure their milk
supply from the same part or Scott
township, Schrelber suggested that
they go shares In building nn Ice house
there and Shedd agreed. Both used It,
but Shedd, it is allesed, refused to
como up with his half of the cost of
construction and hence the suit. Shedd
contended that the expense of the lee
house, which was left to Schrelber to
build, was greater than agreed upon,
and again that It was not located at
tho point mutually selected. The Jury
gave a verdict for the plaintiff In the
sum of $14.62.
CASE OF MARSHALL.
Tho case of John Marshall against
Simon Rice and Joseph Glragona was
on all day before Judge Edwards. It
Is a suit In ejectment for a small strip
of land In the rear of Penn avenue,
near Linden street. Marshal claims a
paper titlo and tho defendants allege
ovrrshlp by occupancy over twenty
one years. S. B. Price represents the
plaintiff and ex-Judge Ward, E. C.
Newcomb and R. L. Levy tho defense.
Tho small-pox placard damage case
of Hotelkeeper Andrew Simonyk
against the borough of Wlnton suf
fered a. non-suit yesterday morning.
The plaintiff moved to amend by mak
ing the Wlnton board of health a co
respondent, but Judgo Archbald would
not allow the motion and a non-suit
was directed to enter.
All the Jurors except those empan
elled in the Marshall-nice case wero
discharged nt noon, there being no
cases open. Tho Jones divorce case,
which was expected to come up yes
terday and which attracted a large
number of spectators In tho main court
room, was postponed until next term.
ASK FOK A NEW TRIAL
Application for Another Hearing in
the .McIIugh Case.
Another new trial has been asked
for tho aicllugh case, aiajor E. War
ren, Col. F. J. Fltzslmmons and John
F. Scrags, representing tho defendant,
airs, ailchael Hand, executrix, yester
day llled a formal application for a
new trial and the reasons upon which
they base their application.
In addition to the usual allegations
of error It Is charged that tho trial
judgo erred In refusing to allow them
to show circumstances attendant upon
tho transfer of the Judgment from
Anthony J. aicllugh, and also In per
mitting the plalntlffito call witnesses
to show that tho defendant executrix
had made Improper overtures to per
sons to secure them to testify as wit
nesses, and had mado improper pro
posals to Martin Ferguson, looking
toward an Interference with Jurors, the
evidence not being properly rebuttal
duce the price of every La
dies' Coat, Cape, Suit and
Separate Skirt in the store.
We are showing fine assortments of
Ladies' Coquo and Feather lions,
Ladies' Fur lions and Collarettes,
Ladies', Gent's and Children's
Lined Kid and Wool Gloves and
Merritt's Cassimero Fulled Flan
nel and Knitted Skirts.
or competent, nnd being unduly pre.
Judicial to tho rights of the estnte.
A rulo was granted to show cause
why a new trial should not be award
ed. It was mado returnable at argu
FELTON BURQLARS COMING BACK.
Dotectlvo Alolr Will Leave This
.Morning lor New York State.
City Dotectlvo John Molr will leave
this morning to secure Carroll and
Ilellly, the men arrested last week In
Elmlra nnd Blnghamton respectively
on suspicion of complicity In tho burg
larizing of Felton's cutlery store.
Tho papers necessary for tho ex
tradition of the prisoners wero Becured
yesterday In this city. It will bo
necessary to visit Albany beforo the
papers will bo completed.
THEFT OP POTATOES.
hnrco Laid nt the Door of Mrs.
W. D. Vosburg keeps a store on Em
mett street nnd right next door lives
Mrs. Mary Stubb. In the store cellar
potatoes are kept nnd a few days ago
Mr. Vosburg missed a quantity of the
A warrant was sworn out charging
Mrs. Stubb with stealing the potatoes
and Alderman Kelly yesterday held
her under $300 ball to appear at court.
PANTS COMPANY FAILS.
Jacob Lowenntoln's Business Seized
Upon by Ills Creditor.
Jacob Lowensteln's Atlantic Pants
company was mado prey of the sheriff
Mrs. Dora Lowensteln was the exe
cution creditor. Sho had a Judgment
If You Lnclt Energy
Take llorsford's Acid l'liosphntc.
It vitalizes tho nerves, helps diges
tion, feeds the brain, makes life worth
living. It Is a medicine, a food and a
MOTHERS PRAISE Hood's Sarsa
parllla, because, by Its great blood
enriching qualities, It gives rosy cheeks
and vigorous appetites to pale and
HOOD'S PILLS aro the favorite
family cuthartlo nnd liver medicine.
Count your fingers half
a dozen times and you
will not enumerate all
the clock styles we show.
It is an injustice to your
pocketbook to pass by
thin department. This
is not so because we say
so, but because our goods
and prices make it so.
Twenty-five cases of
clocks opened this week;
3 specials from them for
lllnck enameled eight-day parlor
clock hour nnd half hour i'athe
dral eons fnncy ornamented dial,
Arubio iiuineraU oompleto with
bronze figure 10 placo 011 top.
Valuo Is SU. Today
"Mnrbellto" eight-day clock 1
indies IiIrIi strikes hour and half
hour case trimmed with gold lln
Ished ornaments. Excellent time- C? no
koeper. Vulue f 5.110. Today. PO.-'O
China decorated clocks Ansonla
movement. Usually $1.25, Today
The Rexford Co.,
303 Lacka. Ave.
very choice 75c
Dl'CSS Goods, Black Damasse
Prunelle 55c Dress Goods,uow for
Serges and Henriettas, all
wool colored, 40 inches wide,large
assortment of shades 29c
German IHnck Brocade, fan
cies, fine line of new 75c goods, ...
Silk Waists We have mark,
ed down prices on every Waist.
You can secure a bargain in a
Boys' Leather Stockings are
the best cotton hose made. A
trial of one pair will convince
mmtmmmmg, piM A
I 1 wpcns
Just came in. A Li;ge
invoice of Underglazc
Blue Bowls made of
the finest Japanese
They're so handy for
a hundred nnd one
useful purposes in the
household and almost
as cheap as tin.
Made extra strong.
Pint size 15c
Quart size 25c
3-Pint siza 35c
Lois of OUicr Gooil
PECK, 134 g
S VIYOMINQ AVENUE,
Our specials are not fanciful
products of pen and ink.
Personal inspection will con
vince you that they a.re the
best and cheapest goods in
Our Specials for This Week
of Men's Shoes.
In Lace and Congress.
all sizes and toes, ranging
from $1.50 to $1.75. This
of Ladies' Shoes
Button and Lace, latest
toes, all sizes, selling regular
at $i. 50 and $1.75. This
326 Lackawanna Avanua.
Famous Old Stand."
all new and
goods, now for.
W 1 i I
K I SI
415 and 417
Lackawanna Avenue Scranton,
For Thanksgiving may have been
forgotten ; however, the needs can
"be secured now for the Sunday
use dainty things that will surely
be useful in this season.
FOOTED CAKE PLATE ot
Austrian semi-Porcelain rib
bon odgo that sold for 23c, ln
would bo of some use IOC
CARLSBAD CHINA BON
BONS, round or oblong
shapes, gold and color dec
orations that aro worth I9c, tn
aro now IOC
COB ADD WARE, FRENCH
CHINA TOOTH PICK HOLD
F.RS, pretty designs, all gold ,n
traced, value 16c, uro now.... 1UC
FANCY EDGE CAKE PLATE,
nil decorations and styles
that are Carlsbad Chlnn,
ought to bo 25c, but they're .. n
BERRY OR SAUCE SETS of
tho best Chinas and newest
decorations, ono of plain gold
strlpo that is worth $1.50, are -. n.
BERRY SETS nt $2.00 with dec
orations wero scarco only a
short time ago, one with tints . ,
and cold traced, 7 dishes Ipli49
CELERY TRAYS that aro
hand-painted and tasty gold
decorations, valuo $1.23, aro 0
A SPECIAL CELERY TRAY,
value $2.00, has decorations of
Pansles ond other flowers, are -, nf
CHINA CRACKER JARS, oval
shapo and full decorations
that sold for 73c, for a few .
lays are 4vC
OAT MEAL SETS of all styles,
this particular one has a pret
ty decoration and gold trim
ming. Valuo 35c, aro now
soiling for 19C
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. H. LADWIG.
This Coat, J2.4S, a little beauty.
About ten styles to select from
well mado and all wool cloth; bov
r.il colors. We havo them from
Jl.tS up. Tho largest lino In tho
city to select from.
Beo our Ladles' Coats, Capes
224 LACK. AVENUE.
We Repair Furs. Agent for Yeijer
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
Men's Heavy Grey Underwear, posi
tively 50c, goods, Monday for - 4lc
Men's Sc. Cotton Hose Tor - - He
Men's 12c. Heavy Cotton Hose, 3 pairs, 25c
Men's $1.00 Natural Wool Underwear 75o
Gent's Initial Silcot Handkerchiefs. 2 for 25o
Ladies' Fine 20c. Embroidered H'dk'fs, 12 l-2c
$2.25 Large White Blankets
$2.25 Large Grey Blankets -4.50
Larga All Wool Blankets
Outing Flannel, good quality,
Best Apron Gingham -Shaker
J. B. Corsets, a.j to 30,
M. & H. Corsets, French model,